It used to be that every woman could find her match. You found the man of your dreams, got married, and lived happily ever. Sounds simple! Yet, those fairytales are only found in the storybooks now since more and more black relationships have dwindled over the past 50 years. It’s one of the most talked about issues in the black community, and many theories swirl as to why it’s hard for women to find companionship. If we analyze the truth, a ratio of 100 black women for every 87 black men doesn’t sound remotely scarce. But out of those 87, if there are a shortage of marriageable black men versus those who are cheaters, on the down low or incarcerated, then it makes perfect sense! But is that the sole reason we can’t find true love? There could be other alternatives. Maybe these reasons (below) stem from why you’re still single? You tell us!
1. YOU LOOK FOR YOUR “IDEAL” MAN (WHO DOESN’T EXIST ON THE PLANET)
You’re a successful woman who has reached her plateau in life, and may be perplexed by a man (black or white) who is not on your level. You tend to overanalyze any man based on what you desire in a man. For example, he must ride in a luxury car, own a house, and work a corporate level job and be six-foot tall and with a “Boris body” and…OMG, time to get rid of the impossible checklist. Standards are fine, but they should be realistic.
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